A Day at the Lisbon Aquariumd

4 Nov

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe third day in Lisbon we went to Aquariam, the second largest in the world. Officially it is called an Oceanarium. It is in a modern part of the city. Some of which was built for Expo ’98. I find aquariums beautiful and relaxing, perhaps because of the motion of the water. The aquarium has two buildings connected by a ramp crossing over the water. In the middle of our excursion, we ate at the café in the aquarium. One of the attached photos is a photo of a pastel my wife could not wait to eat, which explains the bite in it.

When we left, we walked along the Avenida Dom Joao II. After passing the Casino Lisboa, we entered a three-story shopping center, where we ate some rather delicious Japanese food. Marlene has miso soup and sushi and I had miso soup and a salad.

When we got back to where we were staying, I was on the internet. I allowed some software thinking it was from the Vodofone Portugal. It was not and it turned out to be the malware, Antivirus Security Pro. Because I was a computer programmer before I retired and began writing, I figured out a work around. Let me share with you those steps. First, after the icon for the malware appears on your desktop, right back click. Second, when properties appear, click on it. The target program, C:\ProgramData\7n373333.exe will appear. Fourth, click on Start. Fifth, click on All Programs. Sixth, then, click on Accessories. Seventh, click on Command Prompt. Eighth, at the prompt, enter tasklist and hit enter. Ninth, then enter taskkill /f /pid, followed with a space, then the PID Session Number, and then hit enter. This should stop the malware from running.

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